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CMS Beta Club to host breakfast fundraiser Sat 14 Apr 2018
All money raised at the breakfast will help support trip to Georgia by history making Campbellsville Middle School Beta Club. CMS teachers Robbilyn Speer and Katie Campbell and Campbellsville Elementary School teacher Farrah Hord are co-sponsors.
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By Calen McKinney
Campbellsville Middle School Beta Club will host a country ham breakast fundraiser to raise money to attend national convention, 4am-11amCT/5am-12pmNoonET, Saturday, April 14, in the Campbellsville High School cafeteria, 230 W. Main Street, Campbellsville, KY. Tickets are $8 adults/$6 10 and younger.
The CMS Beta Club made history at this year's Kentucky Junior Beta convention.
Seventh-grader Chase Hord is the first CMS student elected to a state Beta office. He was elected to serve as secretary at next year's convention, and will move on to compete for the national secretary title this summer.
In addition to Hord being elected to state office, the CMS group won several awards and two other students have advanced to nationals.
As a whole, the CMS Junior Beta Club was awarded a National 10% Growth Award and named a National School of Merit.
Eighth-grader Peyton Dabney won third place in social studies and seventh-grader Whitney Frashure won third place in language arts.
Eighth-grader Abby Brisko made the Top 10 in the banner category.
Hord and his campaign skit members, in addition to Frashure and Dabney, will advance to compete at the National Junior Beta Convention in Savannah, Ga., on June 13-16.
Beta sponsors are CMS teacher Paige Cook and bookkeeper Natalia Warren.
CMS teachers Robbilyn Speer and Katie Campbell and Campbellsville Elementary School teacher Farrah Hord are co-sponsors.
All money raised at the breakfast will go toward the cost of the trip to Georgia.
Calen McKinney is Public Information Officer for Campbellsville Independent Schools (CIS)
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